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TUB MEANlNd'OF WORDS?M. OUT MAN & 00,
The Meaning
of Words.....
We know what words moan. Wo don't use them with any
mental reservation. Ottr advertisements mean exactly what
they say. We've made this the best clothing store in town,
not only the! largest, but the BEST. Nothing is too much
trouble for us lo do to please our customers. Our stock
comprises the best and latest ot everything. The prices arc
moderate, aitd the poods are Rood' all flic way through.
Here's an offer, and don't be slow to take it. Your choice of
every $13, $13 ,50 and $15 suit in our enormous stock for
$10. - .$10.
LINEN CRASH SUITS FOR ll-IE SUMMER.
ANYTHING YOU WANT IN LIGHT WEIGHT CLOTHING.
M.Gutman&Co.,
Cor. Main and Twelfth Streets,
Hotnil Dopartmont:
FURNITURE?WHITE, HAND LEY & FOSTER.
^J'HOUS Efc
> 20 PER CENT TO 30 PER CENT OFF i
' ON ALL GOODS TILL AUGUST I. J
!
EASY PAYMENTS.
; YOUR CREDIT IS ALWAYS GOOD, <
White, Handley & Foster,
2245-4149 Market Streat, West Side Lower Market House.
SIDEBOARDS, CHINA CtJPBOADS, ETC,
Now is
Your Chance!
GREATER REDUCTIONS
Than ever have been made in the extensive line
of Furniture at 11:17 Main street, and for the
next two weeks we will place on sale the entire
stock of
SIDEBOARDS, CHINA CUPBORDS AND EXTENSION TABLES
AT A FRACTION OF THEIR REAL VALUE.
Aiso 20 styles of Oak, Cane Seat Dining Room
Chairs, goods that sold at $10 and $12,
your choice at -
. . rot HALF DOZEN.
CHAMBER SUITS, CHIFFONIERS,
WARDROBES and
PARLOR FURNITURE
? IN LIKE PROPORTION.
Do not fail to examine these goods, as it is the chance
?> a life time.
$5.00
JT. EL. HALL,
Assifirnoo of Alox. Frow, 1117 Main Stroat.
... housefornishing goods.
edlf
?'??H i; rj"S UKFiJJGKKA
'.'10 RH.
; >yy-ri'A clu?o out (or iho ecusoil
'' v-' " l-ar^nln.
NESBITT & BRO?
'-'2 MARKET STREET.
stoves. :
,r'|lluro t,lf! lical of it rmolc Htovo
I,..,,. ',;,n ??? two-'liolo Ni'iKIo
: ji ( " nultutilu for ullhcr t;nn,
\\, JOtl.VSOVS SONS,
JL'l')JUfit" iitroiit,
,Jf 'i'-''''u'' '^i'1 J|:s l-'Oi; :'thB I
fi 0|' "ni'niw ar
r.t.'.lf*l-.MCIiltJOil I'VIXTlttU OKl'KJli
WHISKIES.
Did you
Ever Compare
a bottle of
Klein's
Silver Age
Rye Whiskey
with any otlmr brand? Of r.ourse you found
silver Arc lo be uwoy nliciid. it i* thn
lantr w 11 h*" I) IJ Q U KS NIC anrl II I'. A It
CRfcKK ryes?ihey ate leader.*, because
tlir*v .ire guaranteed to be pure, old and
mellow.
BltVCR AGE| - - Pen Quart, $1.00
OUQUEONE, - - " 1,2C
BEAR CREEK, - " 1.00
NOLO KVKKYWHBRB.
MAX KLEIN,
Importer and Distiller.
Allegheny, Pn,
INSURANCE.
TITLE ? INSURANCE.
Jfyoti p!ticlm?3 or tnukoa lixtu om ml
?:Minto liitvo tiio tltiu liiitiroil by t!i >
Wheeling Tiile ami 'fan! 0,
*"? l?l? .11.\ UK K I' M'llHHr.
II. M. i:i:.v<i:i.i. v, aTM>i;i,
r i i-iivifK".1."?*- SBorolrtr?.
C.J. llAWMM,' S. I. CIN(!l,l;TilN.
.? I! r R'i'.J!?,1.' 5!,',' WlSo.Wi.ry,
0. lu I. (JJI.tiIM.-ir, Kxftinlitor of 'J'itlov
do 17
RAGING WATERS
AkiiIii Interfere Willi Itullroiul
Traffic Nenr Wheeling.
CHOI'S 'IN- COUNTRY DAMAGED
| Ton ('oiialilrrnlilc tC\triit~.Tri'jitlr? on (he
I llrlluhc, '/.iuic?vtttr & Cliuliiiiiid Itonri
WnOitil Out, Cnmliig n Ko?prii?lnn of
I Trninr?All Ohio Uivtr llnllroiol Trn.Hr'
Wn?lir?l Out IIHotv <'tnrtiigioii~Nomr
Dnniugc Over llir Itlvrr.
Tho heavy rain* of tlio pant forty
eight Mourn have inlllctod conNlilernble
damage to growing crops ami to rail
roads In this section, although tho
Vot n'ac.hP(1 ^xtont
or tlie Hood of two weeks ago, when the
ctaniiiK" was estimated nt 11,000.000 and
three live.1! were lost.
Tho ruin was very heavy In rielmont
county .below Tlellnlre nmi caused the
j wavhltiR away of several trestles on the
[ Hi'llulre, Zanesvllle H Cincinnati roadf
which suffered ho severely two weeks
ago. Tralllc was suspended until last
night when temporary repairs were
made and trains started.
Over the river, abovo Martin's Ferry.
WheJ. L t r 't'"',1-1 and
hIIpIi i , ..''r'c roads, there wait
slight damage Inlllcted. On the former
road the tracks were covered with lie
...I. i hc r<!*",K creek nnd tralllc
removed wreckage could ho
th" Ohio lilvcr road, below the city,
on the W e-.it \ Irglnla side, the only dam
age reported up to a late hour last night
was the washing away of two spans of
the trost!?* Just below Clarlngton sta
tion, which s twenty-seven miles below
the city. Happily the break occurred
nt a time when no trains were In the Im
mediate vicinity, or there would have
been a disastrous wreck. -The passen
SW train ironi Parkerslmrg due h-re
at 6:4a p. m.. was held rit th-> lower end
of the trestle until after midnight and
was not expected to reach Wheeling lie
foro 3 odock thin morning. The train
from Wheeling, which departed nt J:ir,
p. 111., was also held at the break until
the same hour, when It proceeded to
Farkcreburg.
In tho city.proper there was little or no
damage of Importance. The hcavv ralti
of the early afternoon was the cause or a
few Hooded basements in lower portions
of the city.
YESTERDAY s DEPARTURES.
Charleston...ROTH, s a. m
Pittsburgh...HE.V m-K. So m
Steubenvllle..KNOS TAYI.OR" X n m
Clarlngton....JKWRL. !?}) ? ?
Parkersbarg.Ki.AIXE. s'p. m
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Pittsburgh. .T.OItK.VA, 4 n m
Charleston...H. K. ltKDFohn n , m
Parktrsburg.l.IItKItTY.-n a ^ ' "?
Steubonvlllf..j-:xoH t vvi np o"rP*
Clarlnc t on....J K\\ KL,*3?70 p. m P' ^
BOATS LKAV1NT, TO-MORROW.
Pittsburgh... VIRGIN" I A, Sn m
Parkersburg,BK.N" IllTR lA m
Steur.envllle..i:NOS TAYI op" "il n m
Clarlngton...JEWKll 3;Wp, nil P' m"
^looff the r.notlinc.
JSrc?fcar?iss:e9 for
<o-'morrotv^morningf P'ttSbUrSh ,nCl(c;
The Ben Hur left on time for Plits.
burgh yesterday morning.
Bedford passed Parkers
nu.k at noon yesterdov and leaves '-.r
Pittsburgh at 5 a. m. to-day. ,
The Jewel was engaged by a party of
n5r?nn Hn 'S ye,8lerdcy and did not grt
n^h" "S trlp 1111 11 ?'cIock 1:'=t
^tofTl^'cIt"/00 1VOrka in th?
JI?y ho Another Vlckalinrg.
A dispatch from Cairo says: The Mis
sissippi river Is making such rapid in
S? J]" Illinois shore opposite
Beech Hidge, several miles above Cairo
'Clta| including railroad
offlc als. are making elTorta to lay th
(?ro Congress, in hope of ob
taining government aid to stop Its ad
vancement The distance remaining be
,lsls!"1'1'1 1,11,1 '--"'he river,
arthat point is now very small, and a
cut away would turn the Mlsslsslonl
Into the Ohio above Cairo? P??Ii S
subject. thoroughly alarmed on the
The Oliuuxlntu Oriirr,
i !s."'? ,oxt of <'"? obnox
Issued by the supervising In
spector general, which Is belug objociod
to by steamboat owners: "To Kupurvls
Ing and local inspectors of ?team vci<
raft '?il??^cturcrH. and
others. The department having been In
formed that certain IIfo rafts, not built
according to the specification:) prewntt'd
hr Mn,Trrl.?,f sul"-,rvlsi"K Inapectors at
hnvil l!!' ? 5 ,i"proVal ot ^u?-b rafts,
ha\t. b\:?>u placed on steam vessels-, nil
&lr V alCa,n -vors,,|:? '?<' hereby
directed not to accept or pass hr-rcafti j
????!! K r .l 1nr1 unless there
shall bo furnished with each a written
hnuria,.-l(!M ?*V,'V ,th? MlK',utmv of the
builder, that such raft or boat l.? con
structed in strict accordance with the
specifications presented to the board of
supervising Inspectors at the time of li.-i
approval, it Is further ordered tint (;n
and after August 1. 181)0. Hf(> raft or
lifeboat shall be accepted or passed bv
the Inspectors of mpmhu verm is unlrss ft
shall have permanently attached th- r.
to a metallic plate having thereon. In
raised letters and tlgnr.-s. the nam- of
the maker of the raft or boat, tlv place
where manufactured, the shop number
and date of manufacture; and, if built of
metal, the thicknuua thereof, IJIrmiuu
ham gauge." h
Itlvrr 'IVIr^runm.
?", CITY-HIVer i feet and slation- i
ary. Cloudy and warm.
GIUOI-JNSI,>ltO?iftvt r L'.'l feet r? if- ;
clics and faUIni;. Xavlgatlon susimwi- ;
cd. Rainfall 1.1:0 Incl.c-s and still rain- :
Ing. Doom liursted. Thousands of logs i
passing down.' '
NVAItltK.V?niver .9 or a fool, cloudy !
and warm. * !
kti.:i'iii:n- vi i.i.i,--liiver r, rrt;, s j
chos and rising. Cloudy and warm,
up?lien Hut-. Down?Hialue.
FOIt earache put a couple of drop. !
of I hoinas Ueleclrle nil on a bit or
cotton and place |i |? tj?, Thl.
wlh slop ia a few mumenla. Slim,If !
enough, Isn't It? j I
IT'S all thu same, a slight cold, con- i
gesleu lungs or severe cough. One '\lln
ute ??ough Cur,, banishes them. !
V. . ! ^ornLT Twelfth an J j
i i!?u & t'-"??pan.v. |
lirlu^Ciiort, 1 cab oily ^ Bun, Ucnwood. ?
1
ChilcSrcn Cry for
Pitchec.'e Castoria.
WAB "OUT OF BIGHT."
A l'ritralrlnii Fulls lulu a Hole on .Ifnrkrt
Hirer! t'iMiiril liy n IlimU lit the Witter
.tinIii Xritr ? In- I'rrek llrlilgr,
A break In tho city water mailt on
Market ntroct, near the creek bridge,
about 1 o'clock this morning, mndo quite
a Iwlo In the ntroet Into which a pedes
Irian* whoso name could not bo learn
ed, fell, and had It not been for the
timely arrival of Olllccr Komple, he
might bavo been bnrled. As It was
he caught on with IiIh arms and hold
himself up untU help arrived, The
break Is being repaired.
DI8A3TltOU3 FLOODS
In I lie Ittlrrlof-UnllroniU 4'rlpplnl mul
Much Pinprrly Drslroyrtl,
Special Dispatch to tho Intellluoncer.
WKSTON, \V. Va., July 22.?It began
raining here about 11 o'clock last night
and continued with slight Intervals up
to to-night. The river hero Is 17 feet,
tho highest since 1888. It Is now on a
standstill, but mining, which may
I again causa it to swell.
Telephone reports from Hurnsvlllo,
Glenvllle and Sutton are that the waters
are the highest that have been known
, for jvaro, Over a thousand dollars
woMh of logs u'.'ts lost to-day at one
point near Hurnsvlllo, on. tho iLlttlft
Kanawha river.. At Olenvlllo tin/ river
Is ?7 feet and rising. They report many
thousand logs going out, and houses,
haystacks and other property going by.
Tho West Virginia & Pittsburgh rail
road company Is budly crippled, only
one passenger and mall train pawing
over tho I'lckens divisions, which bud
to be transferred on accountwash
outs near Alton. No trains were run to
day over tho Lt rax ton and Camden-on
the-Gauley divisions, their tracks In
many places being under water . No
freight Is being handled whutever.
The NltiiiitIon lit Hiivlfltitnitnti.
Spcclal Dispatch lo the Intelligencer.
Ht'CKIIANXOX, W. Va., July 22.?
The tlood of last week has been repeated
to-day, and on a larger scale. A cloud
burst occiirrred at l'lckcns nt U o'clock
to-day. Two or three large bridges be
tween here and Pickens have gone
down the river. The mill at French
creek has been damaged and three or
four trains are abandoned at different
points on the West Virginia & Pltts
btirgh railroad. Tho track Is washed
out for long distances.., Crops In the
valleys are badly damaged.
Will fir Xu llond Imir,
WASHINGTON. D. C., -uly 22.-Scc
retary Lamont has returned to Wash
ington from New York, and this morn
ing he spent some time In conference
with Secretary Carlisle, who Is Just
back from a short voyage down the
Chesapeake bay, wlt?> Secretary Her
bert. It can be stated positively that
the administration has not now, and
has not had recently, any intention of
resorting to another bond i**ue for the
pijrpose of replelshlng the gold reserve,
and under the present condition of the
treasury and tlw prospects of business
In the near future no apprehension is
felt that recourse must be had to such
an Issue;
llinr'i TliUt
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any cas?) of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co..
Toledo. Ohio.
" We. the undersigned, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last llfteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in ail
business transactions and tlnancially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug
gists. Toledo. O.
W.VLDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, o.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Trice 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
A BLOCKED RIVER
Will lie lliul nt Ilrnwii's Islmul
When the St renin Fulls.
Till! SUNKEN IIARGIi OE COAL
AVna .V?t Krmnvril liy ?1?r Knag liout
Woodruff llrraiiir lliMhviirri, the Flint
Ciiul Cninpnny, Itifmril lo Allow Any.
?It I n LC In lie Done?Tli? Struinhontinni
rrofrnt, It'll It |)iir? ,\o <?o?il?A ('limine
In Ilir Itrunliitloiia.
Tho government snag-boat E. A.
Woodruff passed down the river yester
day, after a short stay ut llrown's Is
land, near StcubenvHle, wherA the accl
clentH to the 'coal Meet on its late run
hlockcd the channel with wreckage.
Captain Christian, of tho Woodruff, met
with opposition in removing tho wreck
ago and the worst of, it still remains
a rnenncp to navigation.
The Woodruff removed the wreckage
nt Montgomery and one or two other
places up the river, hut when Captain
Christian was preparing to remove the
barge that almost entirely obstructs
tho main channel at Ilrown'H Island,
he wim met with a refusal to allow any
thing to be done, by the Flint Coal
Company, of Pittsburgh, owners of the
barge, who said that they would take
advantage of the government regula
tion which uIIowh owners of wrecks
sixty days In which to remove the
wreckage. Captain Christian called at
tention to the fubt that the wreck In
question will almost surely block navi
gation when tin* river falls, but the coal
company did not seem to care what hap
pens and persisted in their refusal to
allow the government boat to do any
thing.
The sunken barge at IJrown's Island
went down cros-wisc and even with a
good stage of wnt?r the place Is dan
gerous to navigation. With lower water
the packets will be In a pcok of trouble
there. The Hteamboatinen are loud In
their denunciation of the coal company
and urge that a change In government
regulations be made to cover just tuch
instances as this.
A Clillil Kiiju)'*
The pleasant flavor, gentle notion, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and If the father
or mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use; so that
It is the bom family remedy known and
every family should have a bottle.
DILI).
STEPHENS?At Shadyslde, Ohio, on
r<in.,:?<lftv- Jn,y KM, at 5:30 a. m..
KATHKRN, wire of Edwin Stephens,
In the (Mb year of her age.
Funeral from her Into residence, Shady
side, Ohio, on Friday at 2:30 p. in. ln
t'Tnivnt :it IVnlnsulnr cemetery.
UNDERTAKING.
LOUIS BERTSCHY,
(Formerlr of Frew & Bertschy.)
Funeral Ilirccbr and Arterial Hmbalmer,
111C MAIN STREET. EAST SIDR
Calls by teleph?ftno answered day or
night. Store telephone. 635; residence, 60S.
G. MENDEL & CO..
lr.-i main STiirur,
~NX ORTITI H N S.
Prompt Attention Day or Night.
Tele. Calls?Undertaking Rooms. No. S32.
G. Ed. Mendel (residence) No. 162L R. F.
Hill (Stumm House). No. li'S- ocl2
HUMMER HU1TS, ETC.?KRAU3 HU03.
KRAUS^BROS.
SUMMER SUITS.
SUMMER PANTS.
SUMMER COATS.
SUMMER FURNISHINGS.
SOME ARE FOR LITTLE BOYS.
SOME ARE FOR BIG BOYS.
SOME ARE FOR SMALL MEN.
SOME ARE FOR LARGE MEN,
SOME ARE FOR ALL MEN.
I
Suits in Black and Blue Serge, Gray and Fancy Worsted, Coats
lialf lined and skeleton, Cnajs and .Vest in Serge, Drap d'Etcs, Al
paca, in regular and extra Ungths.
Whatever you get here will ho no disappointment in it. We full);
guarantee qualities a' to fit and finish. Prices always the lowest,
KRAUS BROS.,
WHEELING'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS.
STRICTLY ON K PRICE. 131!) MARKET STREET.
CLEARANCE SALE-PARISIAN CLOAK COMPANY.
PlMlI ? CLOAK ? CO;
EXCLUSIVE CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE.
Clearance Sale
02P
SAt 33M Per Cent Less
Than Regular Prices.
Special Yalues-in Skirts, Wraps and Wrappers.
Shirt lfuists at Prices That Must Sell Thom.
(JEO. E. JOHNS. 1130 MAIN STREET.
THE RAIN ' . '
Cuts No Figure With Us, and We
Won't Allow It to Disappoint You,
^ Last week s continuous rain and washouts prevented a host oi our out-of-town buyers irom taking advantage of the many special ^
bargains offered here. We wish to state right here to all those who were disappointed and prevented on account of the weather we will r
add all ot our last week's specials to this week's offering, a few of which are enumerated herewith. We have never asked vou for <S
cash, and we won't now. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. " r
$ .
$ l/ull Size Solid Oak Folding Boil, well made and
^ well iiiiislicd; this will bo the last week you
gjj) ran get one for
This Large, High Back, Broad Arm, 0 J Q f7
Sii.oO Rattan"Keeker we will offer
for this week onlv for '
KSTIMATI2S FURNISHED
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
HOUSE &
i he Great Home Furnishers.

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